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doctor's advice re: unwanted hair
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An_254436 posted:
flippant advice by male medical community-"facial hair easily managed with shaving, tweezing, waxing." poor advice -all these methods are ineffective in that they create secondary problems: irritated roughened skin, discoloration, ingrown hair, hair bumps, unattractive appearance to skin, 5 o'clock shadow, quick regrowth, worsening of underlying condition, stimulation of hair follicle, greater difficulty in removal when you finally opt for more definitive control. Real solutions: yes, expensive but permanent and more esthetic and psychologically acceptable for women: electrolysis, laser, hair inhibiting face creams, clipping with scissors not razor if smaller amounts, special make-up that is heavy and more camouflaging.Saving small amounts of money for the definitive solution is worthwhile for this important concern for women.
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keepingfitgoals responded:
I forgot scarring from these temporary methods.


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